The cohabitation of humans and wildlife creates many challenges. We strive to mediate these issues by offering our clients ethical solutions while respecting the environment.
CIVIL AND MILITARY
Unmanned aerial vehicles (or UAVs), commonly known as a drone, can cause serious damage to plane components. Although regulations have been put in place to reduce drone hazards in airports, sightings near airports and incident numbers have exploded as more and more people are flying recreational UAVs. FALCON can support airports in the development of drone management control plan.
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FALCON has developed unique software programs to manage wildlife interventions, help airfield managers for runway management, or to visually analyse bird hazard risks. Three software solutions to help airports increase aircraft safety.
Our in-house team of wildlife biologists, GIS specialists, and wildlife control experts is available to ensure proper data collection and analysis, drafting clear and concise reports for our clients.
Customized professional training programs in wildlife management are available for wildlife control professionals, staff, managers and executives of both civil and military airports, to enable them to better understand and mitigate risks posed by wildlife.
Accreditations | Partners | Membership
Wildlife Strike Hazard Reduction Symposium, 2017
On May 16th to 18th, the 2017 ICAO Wildlife Strike Hazard Reduction Symposium will be held in Montreal, Canada. Falcon...14 February 20170
2017 North American Bird Strike Conference
On August 22th to 24th, the 2017 North American Bird Strike Conference will be held in Dallas, Texas. Falcon Environmental Services,...
New version of Canadian NOTAM Procedures Manual
The 14.10 release of the Canadian Procedures Manual for NOTAM is available on the website of NAV Canada for...
Renewal of a wildlife management contract at the busiest military airport, Canadian Forces Base Trenton for the 24th consecutive year
Falcon Environmental Services Wildlife Management Contract at Toronto Pearson International Airport Renewed for 7 years!